A man who supports Arizona Senate Bill 1070, listens to a protester against the bill which gives authorities the right to check for citizenship of virtually anyone at the Arizona Capital Building in Phoenix, AZ April, 23,2010. The bill has caused a furor as both sides of the immigration issue have been vocal in either their support or their anger about racial profiling. UPI/Art Foxall
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Protesters pray outside the Arizona Capital Building about the adoption of Arizona Senate Bill 1070, which gives authorities the right to check for citizenship of virtually anyone in Phoenix, AZ April, 23,2010. The bill has caused a furor as both sides of the immigration issue have been vocal in either their support or their anger about racial profiling. UPI/Art Foxall
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Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signs imigration bill in Phoenix
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signs Arizona Senate Bill 1070, which gives authorities the right to check for citizenship of virtually anyone in Arizona at the State Department of Public Safety in Phoenix, Arizona on April 23, 2010. The bill has caused a furor as both sides of the immigration issue have been vocal in either their support or their anger about racial profiling. UPI/Art Foxall
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A supporter of Arizona Senate Bill 1070, which gives authorities the right to check for citizenship of virtually anyone is part of the demonstrations at the Arizona Capitol Building in Phoenix, AZ April, 23,2010. The bill has caused a furor as both sides of the immigration issue have been vocal in either their support or their anger about racial profiling. UPI/Art Foxall
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Arizona State Troopers check the identification of a protester during demonstrations over the signing of Arizona Senate Bill 1070, which gives authorities the right to check for citizenship of virtually anyone in front of the Arizona Capital Building in Phoenix, AZ April, 23,2010. The bill has caused a furor as both sides of the immigration issue have been vocal in either their support or their anger about racial profiling. UPI/Art Foxall
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